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Consortium Membership

Institutional Collaboration for Diversity & Dual-Career Recruitment

The Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (HERC) is a national non-profit association established by human resources, faculty affairs, and diversity leaders. We have 18 chapters across the U.S., representing over 700 colleges, universities, university-affiliated hospitals, and research entities.

Vision: To promote equity and excellence in higher education recruitment worldwide.

Mission: HERC advances the ability of member institutions to recruit and retain the most diverse and talented workforce and to assist dual-career couples.

 
HERC member institutions share the belief that increasing diversity and assisting dual-career couples is vital to recruiting a workforce that brings distinction and excellence to their institutions.
 
Our Promise to Members

HERC Membership PacketHERC exists to advance member institutions and the higher education community by connecting institutions with the people, shared knowledge, and partnerships that make their workplaces even more successful.

We partner with members and connect neighboring institutions to make the most of all of our resources. Working together, we power one of the largest higher education job boards, provide unrivaled dual-career assistance, and make professional development more actionable by sharing experiences and best practices.

Next Steps

When you make the strategic investment to join one of our regional HERC chapters, you will have more resources to recruit and retain the most diverse and talented professionals and help shape the future toward a more inclusive higher education workforce. 

Submit our prospective member form 

or Contact your regional HERC chapter

  

Kristy Sybilrud
"This is a great electronic vehicle for connecting active and passive candidates with career opportunities not only for themselves but for their spouses/partners. The email notifications are a very proactive way to bring opportunities to candidates without them having to re-visit the site, the site visits them with the information they choose."

- Kristy Sybilrud, Human Resources Employment Manager, Carleton College

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